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embrace obamacare's plan to extend medicare to poor families in new jersey. christie joins the governors of from a nevada north dakota and ohio. unfortunately bobby jindall and rick perry and bob mcdonald of village all of whom plan to run for president in 2016 still reject expansion of medicare. they would rather play politics than serve the people of their state. what a great line-up tomorrow donna edwards, by ron dorgan and new wisconsin senator tammy baldwin. got to come back for that right here again tomorrow on the full court press. >> this is "the bill press show."
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[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: jacki schechner. >> good morning. >> stephanie: guess what today is. it's handsome man day. of course, the mooks. hour two, hal sparks. hour three gavin newsom. >> in studio. >> that's a lot of handsome. >> stephanie: it is handsome man today. >> i've met gavin. >> stephanie: you cannot look directly into him. >> i remember i was speaking with him. it is a little overwhelming. >> adopt stare directly into the handsome man. >> no. >> stephanie: who are much prettier than any woman in the world. they need special glasses for that. >> stephanie: exactly. you know your party is in trouble when i came in and said chris, get me that poll about how people hate republicans. he's like which one? in the meantime, we don't have
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to take ale to, everybody loves jacki schechner in the current news center. >> good morning, everybody. today, rosa parks becomes the first black woman honored with a full-length statue in statuary hall. president obama will be on hand for the unveiling ceremony. john boehner and mitch mcconnell will be joining him as will 50 or so of parks' relatives who made the trip to d.c. for the event. parks who famously refused to give up her seat to a white man in alabama in 1955 passed away in 2005 at the age of 92. the postal service issued a stamp in her honor. a couple of weeks ago in honor what would have been her 100th birthday. vice president biden is speaking to the national association of attorneys general on the administration's plans to reduce gun violence. afterwards, he's expected to a meeting with new york city mayor michael bloomberg who is in d.c. meeting with mayors.
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bloomberg can celebrate a victory as robin kelly beat representative halverson in illinois's second district, vying to replace the seat left vacant by jesse jackson jr. who has resigned. bloomberg's super pac spent more than $2 million on the race on gun control ads in favor of kelly, the cook county's chief administrative officer. she beat halverson pretty handley. the numbers we have so far, 55 to 21% about 2/3 of precincts reporting. the special election for that is april 9th and kelly is expected to win because that district definitely leans democratic. jackson has resigned in wake of charges and then pled guilty to those saying that he illegally spent campaign funds on personal items. we're back with more show and lots of handsomeness after the break. stay with us.
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>> stephanie: okay 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. you can e-mail us all at stephaniemiller.com. as i said at the top of the hour, it is handsome man day on "the stephanie miller show." >> why thank you. >> stephanie: mooks hour number two. sexy liberal hal sparks, hour number three. gavin newsom. >> right there in that chair.
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do not -- >> stephanie: it is like looking into an an an eclipse. >> it seems wrong he has to sit in such a dirty chair. >> we're giving him the -- >> no clean chairs here. >> stephanie: they look like the chairs on our old porn studio where we started the show. >> with the spank master 2,000. >> stephanie: all right. anyway -- >> filthy imitation leather couch. >> stephanie: really, your eyes just burn. i've had to do debates with him and i'm like you're so pretty! >> remember when we were in beverly hills at the beverly hilton, he was sitting right next to me. i was like god you're beautiful. >> stephanie: he's so smart. i can't ever really hear what he's saying. >> i know. >> stephanie: handsome man charlie brown's teacher. >> but he has a new book out. it is called "citizenville."
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>> stephanie: right. okay. "citizenville," there it is. we were saying you know your party is in trouble when i say give me that poll about how people hate republicans and you said which one. >> there were a couple that came out yesterday. [ applause ] [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: this one, let's see, abc news "washington post" poll yeah. people hate republicans. okay. you wonder who will take the blame for this. you know what? this is why i think the screaming goats become so popular because this is how people feel about politics in america. in fact, tammy writes steph thanks for ruining my life. you're welcome tammy. since hearing the bon jovi goat song i can't stop looking for remixes. if i get fired i'll show up there, looking for a job preferably looking for goat videos. we have one ready for hal. >> do you want to play it now or wait for hal?
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>> stephanie: let's hear it a little bit because it is hal's band. >> zero one. >> stephanie: listener steve sent this along. ♪ [ screaming ] >> stephanie: see and i have to say before he gets here, all heavy metal sounds like that to me anyway. >> you all are mean. >> stephanie: his band is great. mama's too old. she's not an aficionado. >> if it's too loud, you're too old. >> turn that down! >> stephanie: dropped a weather's out of her percent. stop it. it is like voodoo. >> how long it will be before the screaming goat thing is a hoax. >> not going to stop us from -- >> stephanie: the goat or which thing. it is another internet thing. all right. [ ♪ "jeopardy" theme ♪ ]
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>> piglet without legs? >> stephanie: it turned out to be a hoax. piglet saving a goat out of -- i don't know. it doesn't matter. it is a hoax. jim, who said -- speak of the president, will criticize -- we'll criticize everything he does. mr. president, it is up to you to find the $85 billion in savings and it is to make it easier for you. every decision he'll make, we'll criticize. >> john bonehead. >> stephanie: lindsey graham. he must be in mid vapor. and blurted out the truth. >> oppose anything you do. if you say two plus two equals four, we're going to say seven. >> stephanie: inside voice. yeah, that's how bad it is. i think they've just said [ bleep ] it. approval ratings couldn't get any lower. just saying it out loud. i love this one. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ]
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boehner says to senate -- >> we have moved the bill in the house twice. we have not have to move a -- we should not have to move a third bill before the senate gets off their ass and does something. >> harry reid had a retort. >> i was raised in a little town that had 13 brothels in it so i'm used to salty language. i think he should understand who is sitting on their posterior. we're doing our best to pass something. the speaker is doing nothing to try to pass anything over there. >> that was a good -- >> stephanie: i'm sorry you had to hear me say posterior. >> that was rude. >> his mom did laundry in the brothels in search like nevada. i did not know. >> stephanie: i'm not the one -- >> that's a big -- >> stephanie: now look what you've made me do.
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>> make quite a mess. >> not that i would know. >> stephanie: if it is a small one, can do you it by hand. [ ♪ circus ♪ ] >> there is a line that you have to go up to. >> stephanie: me, over the line. at least i didn't say scrub your nub. that was yesterday's story. story about a guy -- all right never mind. >> standards and practices sent us a letter about that by the way. >> oh, dear. >> we're disappointed. >> stephanie: knocked me right on my posterior. boehner said he -- they've been working nonstop, as you know. >> right. >> stephanie: spending bill, the president's traveling all over the country. going to newport news to use our
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military men and women as props another rally to support his tax hikes. [ whatever! ] >> he was there for ship building. >> stephanie: that sort of thing would be shut down. he's making a point. >> newport news ship building is not military. there weren't military people there. >> stephanie: boehner insisted if the president gets more money, he's just going to spend it. >> yeah, on things that we need like bridges that don't collapse. newport news ship building is right next to the james bridge which might need help. >> stephanie: the president and senate democrats have rejected the house proposals because they contain too many tax loopholes for corporations and the wealthy. >> just pass what we send you. that's your job. >> stephanie: speaking of republicans blurting out things that are supposed to be inside voice, did you see see eric cantor? this is in -- where did i read
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this? cantor told one reporter, it was a quote-unquote fair assessment he talk boehner out of accepting the deal. he told boehner it would be better instead to take the issues and have it out with the democrats in the election. how did that go for you? for nearly two years boehner has said obama walked away from the grand bargain remember, which helped create this toxic political environment. it amazes me the majority leader was willing to admit this. this makes boehner look remarkably dishonest. it is unbelievably. he admitted -- okay. ♪ you're a lying sack of crap ♪ >> looming budget cuts. they have released hundreds of detained immigrants to trim due
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to the budget cuts. they'll scream amnesty when we get to immigration reform. there you go. you go. thanks a lot. all right. the president talking about the -- >> obama: there are too many republicans in congress right now who refuse to compromise even an inch when it comes to closing tax loopholes and special interest tax breaks. that's what's holding things up right now. >> stephanie: somebody -- you know -- i've been quoting him a lot. michael tomasky and the "daily beast." >> he's a great writer. >> stephanie: he broadens it out to the media which we talk about a lot, too. it is infuriating. it is that we have to leave it there. both sides have equally valid points. >> no, they don't. >> stephanie: he writes the g.o.p. rage machine and its mainstream apologists in the "daily beast," we can post this. just as today's republican extremist benefit from the
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silence of conservative pundits they gain from the credulous of mainstream figures who pretend that today's g.o.p. is a responsible party so that when the g.o.p. takes a radical position on the sequester and barack obama a reasonable one both are recorded equal seriousness even when the facts have to be recorded to do so. he talks about bob woodward, exhibit a. he wrote this piece blaming the president for the sequester. he argued any deal seeking to replace the cuts had to exist only in cuts not revenue so obama was pulling a fast one. this is totally factually wrong. okay. the legislation referred to deficit reduction not just spending cuts. the republicans in congress aren't stubborn. they're completely implacable. "national journal" wrote a column predicated on the continuing fantasy obama could solve this if he would show the proper leadership. it was his fault because he couldn't bring them to the table. they implored the president to lead a stubborn congress. again, they're not stubborn.
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they're completely implacable. this is fantasy land. obama can't lead them anywhere. they will not play. anyway, he took the position that a president cut spending three times as much as he cut revenue, is being no more reasonable than the minority party that says our way or the highway, whose position is supported by 19% of the people. those positions are not equivalent to write as if they are equivalent as if to perpetrate a lie. i'm barbara walters i'm back from my chickenpox, scratch scratch. sorry. perpetrate a lie at least two lieless in the immediate case, the republicans are involved in anything that is good faith bargaining and the g.o.p. is a normal political party. they have none of the normal respect for the legislature. mike tomasky in the "daily beast." we'll post that up on the facebook page.
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>> we already did. >> stephanie: okay. i was looking at some other poll numbers today about gun control stuff. wayne lapierrre doesn't even speak for the members of the nra. there are not two sides to this position. the vast majority of the american people want background checks. i think it was new poll this morning, 61% of americans want stricter gun laws. to pretend like it is all the same and there's differences of opinion, okay. just what i wanted to say. gak. all right. 18 minutes after the hour. you're going to play a screaming goat i can tell. no, you're not. 18 minutes after the hour. kids carbonite, i don't know what we would do without it. it protects everything in our computers, all of our guest names in travis' computer, our sound bytes, jingles everything. sexy liberal stuff, all in my computer. >> our screaming computer is going cattywampas. i hope it is not ready to dump out on us. we have all of the numbers in there. >> stephanie: oops.
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i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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♪ might as well jump ♪ ♪ might as well jump ♪ ♪ jump, jump ♪ ♪ go ahead jump ♪ ♪ jump ♪ >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." 24 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. sexy liberal hal sparks in hour number two. hump days with hal. then gavin newsom. handsome. in hour three. >> if you were not atop the hancock building, you might not jump. it might be a bad idea. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: this is the g.o.p. sees more flak including from their own partisan and
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ideological base from the sequestration. while 52% of adults admit in the latest abc news "washington post" poll disapproves, that lump jumps to 67% for the congress. >> spending cuts do not stimulate the economy, by the way. [ applause ] >> stephanie: is it wrong when it makes me happy when i make newsbusters? [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] i have so little in my life. being called republican is an insult. well, there was a study showed most people think being called a republican is an insult. i was reporting the news. >> stephanie: it is blow hardy of me. >> they sure busted that news! >> clever that way. >> stephanie: all of the comments are usually the same. i don't even know. i'm important because i make newsbusters every day. that's why. >> stephanie: they want to date me and kiss me.
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>> because you're sarcastic. >> stephanie: they can't get enough of me. because they keep bringing me up. that's why i'm important. that's why i matter. >> what does she think she is, this woman we write about every day? >> stephanie: stupid. annette in colorado, you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: hello stephanie. good morning. i love the show. i just wanted to say i live here in aurora, colorado, and the wonderful thing that just happened here that they just passed a bill through the colorado house requiring background checks, all gun purchases. >> stephanie: how about that. >> caller: ban on magazines for more than 15 rounds and a measure to allow colleges to ban concealed weapons on campus. >> yea! >> stephanie: that's awesome. it is significant so many states are doing this for themselves. >> i do, too. >> stephanie: look at michael bloomberg just put money into this race to replace jesse jackson jr. and the woman won. >> caller: yes. >> stephanie: you can't tell
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me the politics aren't changing. they're starting to counter this money from the nra right? >> caller: exactly. by the way, chris lavoie, i love your t-shirt. i'm an asu alum. >> go devils! >> stephanie: exactly. isn't that the hook 'em horns for austin? >> it's like this or something. >> stephanie: that's usc. fight on for the two fingers. fight on for old sc. >> two fingers? that sounds almost -- >> stephanie: fight on. jim, what is -- >> two fingers of bourbon. >> stephanie: cheetos. all right. no, i think -- it really is amazing, some of the poll numbers that came out this morning about -- it is not just the majority of americans, of -- it is the majority of nra members.
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fran from massachusetts you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> good morning. how are you doing? >> stephanie: good, go ahead. >> caller: i want to tell you i was for 33 years and i paid medicare all those years and i retired. but i retired and i still pay medicare. but i keep hearing about entitlement, entitlement. it is not entitlement. i'm still paying for it! >> stephanie: that's right! well said. thank you! i couldn't say it better myself. ♪ it ain't a man's world ♪ >> stephanie: jack in massachusetts. hey, jack. >> caller: nice talking to you. one quick comment on what boehner said about the senate. >> stephanie: what's that? >> caller: he should get his head out of his ass before the
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senate gets it off theirs. [ ♪ circus ♪ ] >> stephanie: see what he did there? that's just hilarious the senate should get off its ass. >> i don't understand! who do they think they are? >> stephanie: he's not even in the equation anymore apparently. all of the beer in the tavern, everybody else needs to get off their ass. 29 minutes after the hour. right back on "the stephanie miller show." criticizing, and holding policy to the fire. are you encouraged by what you heard the president say the other night? is this personal or is it political? a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. staying in tough with everything that is going on politically and putting my own nuance on it. not only does senator rubio just care about rich people but
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somehow he thinks raising the minimum wage is a bad idea for the middle class. but we do care about them, right? vo: the war room tonight at 6 eastern
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>> that's not ordinary, that's -- >> stephanie miller. >> stephanie: you people can do better than that. >> what happened? [ applause ] >> stephanie: let's see. so we made newsbusters again. >> we did. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: this is by matt vespa. he's new. hi matt. welcome okay. so yes the headline is left wing blow hard stephanie miller fawns over study. that's because i was quoting a study that found the majority of people think that republicans -- you know what i enjoy? can i have some comedy music? i enjoy when they make a
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transcript up. because i can -- that's funny. >> then you enjoy the comedy stylings of -- >> stephanie miller. >> stephanie: wow. this is truly enter taining. wish i could listen. left wing blow hard stephanie miller has great news for her liberal cohorts. 87% of the respondents found the word republican sin synonymous with scores of listeners. like it is a handful. >> they include the people at news bust errs, apparently. >> who is this woman we keep reporting about? >> stephanie: talk about her every day. we must listen again today to see what other nonsense she's saying. >> i think they confused you too. they quoted it as being -- jim is never supportive of me.
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so it couldn't be him. >> am i that supportive of you? >> stephanie: you fake it. jim doesn't even pay attention. >> hmm what? did you say something? >> stephanie: stephanie miller, here's me. breaking news, recent poll suggests a majority of americans consider being called a republican insulting. jim ward, ha ha. i guess jim could have said that. not by way of supporting me. stephanie miller, so here's what we are on america. we're on the verge of marriage equality. you remember when people used to call you the f word -- >> i was talking to john fuglesang because that's his joke. jim ward, ha ha. >> jim is never that precise. >> stephanie: had to be you. stephanie miller, now that insult has been replaced with republican. john fuglesang, with what? stephanie miller -- he was playing hard-of-hearing darth vader. >> what? >> stephanie miller, republican. literally, they consider it an insult.
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87% of americans consider the word republican to be synonymous with greed racist. >> yes, you're correct sir. >> that's not jim. that has to be me. >> i add nothing. >> stephanie: you add nothing to the show. >> i was probably looking at cat videos. >> stephanie: okay. so then they go on to say the irony is that the democrats embody those attributes just a generation ago in the south during jim crowe era. >> they're no longer that way. >> nixon brought the southern strategy. >> stephanie: oh, here's sean hannity. a thousand years ago. ku klux klan. al gore's father voted against the act. former president bill clinton
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got his start in politics in 1967 as an intern to senator william fall bright who filibustered the civil rights act as well as the 1965. ah-ha. >> why do they have to reach 30, 40 years in the past to get you? >> stephanie: look at them. they're cheating on me. also on newsbusters randi rhodes republicans are mess heads who want to tank our economy. how dare her. she's stealing my press! [ ♪ dramatic ♪ ] [ ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ ] >> caller: before i go on a short ranter, i have a quick
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question for jim. what do you care about least? donald trump's opinion on anything or the kardashians? >> oh, that's a tough one. [ ♪ "jeopardy" theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: game show for you. >> at least donald trump is a source of comedy for me so probably the kardashians. >> caller: mama, i am sick to death of this stumbling from one created crisis to another. it is the sequester it is the fiscal cliff, it is the one where they lost our credit rating. i forget that one. you know, it is all manufactured. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: did you hear the sobs jumping up and down when dick cheney said deficits don't matter? they're not really concerned about the deficit. we're going to criticize whatever the president does. it doesn't matter what he does. >> caller: exactly. when cheney says deficits didn't
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matter did they jump up and down? no. they're concerned about the deficit. they're looking for something to hang a string the president on. >> stephanie: are you sick of the sequestration? ♪ i'm sick of the sequestration ♪ ♪ it's giving me some frustrations ♪ >> stephanie: quinn in tacoma, washington you're on "the stephanie miller show." >> caller: how you doing? thanks for having me on. i just have one question and that was if the sequester -- i can't even say the word. the sequestration goes through does it -- does congress take a pay cut, too? >> stephanie: god, no. don't be ridiculous. that's sacrosanct. that was like heckling the pope on his way out. did you see pope bene, his last time in the popemobile this morning.
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you don't care. >> pope bene and the jets. >> the catholic church has done -- >> obama: all we're asking is that they close loopholes for the well off and the well-connected for hedge fund managers, for companies or corporate jet owners who are all doing very well and don't need these tax loopholes so we can avoid laying off workers or kicking kids off head start or reducing financial aid for college students. >> why are we still subsidizing the oil companies when gas is -- >> stephanie: so we can kick kids out of headstart and get rid of meals on wheels. the president one more time. >> obama: because of the automatic cuts, about 90,000 who work for the department of defense would be forced to take unpaid leave from their jobs. >> stephanie: audra in chicago. hey, audra. >> caller: hello. good morning, mama. >> stephanie: are you my audra? >> caller: no, i'm not. >> stephanie: oh, that's a different audra.
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go ahead. >> caller: i actually want to make two quick points. first one is last night, rachel maddow made a cogent point about the sequester and how ridiculous the obfuscations of the republican is, another vantage point which is that the deficit has been shrinking. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: it is a manufactured emergency. as a result of the poll that you cited yesterday that got you in so much trouble i propose that we change republican to repugnican. i just wanted to pass that idea on. >> stephanie: i don't understand what they're screaming about. i didn't do the study. you just reported it for god's sakes. >> you were fawning over it. >> stephanie: you can look at any polls. it says the same thing about republicans. >> what about 1936 when -- the guy and democrat -- >> stephanie: thing about a guy. okay marvin in milwaukee.
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you're on "the stephanie miller show." hello. >> caller: hello. if the republicans had any courage, they would come out and support the sequester because they would trade in -- the private sector will fill the gap where government fallout is. so they don't have the courage to basically preach what they campaigned about. so obviously this sort of theory that they espoused during the campaign doesn't work or they don't actually believe in otherwise they would have the political courage to support the sequester and actually austerity which this is, really and we see how austerity has failed in europe. they don't have the balls to come out and support what they campaign about. it frustratings me up here in milwaukee. we've lost breweries over these idiots. i'm sorry. i need to crack open a schlitz and get back to the way things used to be. >> do they still make schlitz? >> stephanie: marvin, i love you. he was going to crack open a
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schlitz so obviously it does still exist. >> apparently. i didn't know that. >> stephanie: somebody send me a jenny cream ale. hi ellen. >> caller: good morning. i just wanted you to know i love your show. yesterday you mentioned that the reason the deficit had doubled was because obama put the war cost on the books. and it really shocked me because i have never heard this information before. and i think people need to know this. this needs to get out there. and my second thing is did you see keith ellison on sean hannity? >> stephanie: i've heard. i found my sound byte list. i've heard from almost everybody about it. was it amazing? >> caller: i just saw a piece of it. i didn't watch sean hannity. that show is not -- we can't get fox on our tv. my husband refuses to have it on. >> stephanie: you have the fox blocker. all right. you know what, ellen we'll do right-wing world next so stay
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tuned. >> caller: keep up the good work. bye-bye. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: they're going to have to cut back everybody first spofnedders, rocky mountain mike wants us to know, fyi, due to the snow, schools are closed today in sheboygan. ♪ >> stephanie: all right. our three favorite words. that's the only reason he sends that information. sheboygan. 45 minutes after the hour. right-wing world including the awesome keith ellison on sean hannity's stuff. >> hold on for one second. please stand by. [ ♪ "jeopardy" theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: the stephanie miller is experiencing technical difficulties. chris's computer. >> okay, we got it. >> stephanie: we'll be right back with right-wing world on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: join the party
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♪ how come every time you come around my london bridge want to come down ♪ >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it.
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50 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. lloyd in florida you're on "the stephanie miller show." hey, lloyd. >> good morning stephanie. >> caller: i just wanted to let you know i've become a big fan of your show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: one thing real quick. they all have dealt with the fox news model. they just sit there with polls and views and scream at each other. they do it again in the next segment. by the end of the day, you have no clue who's right and who's wrong unless you're aware. other than that, you're sitting there looking at people scream at each other. >> stephanie: the sequestration was a perfect example where they say both sides are equally valid. no. the president and democrats have offered all of the spending cuts. they're saying oh, they won't meet them. they've met them more than halfway. anyway let's dive into the right-wing world and get more, shall we, kids?
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rush limbaugh on the president. >> how is it that obama wins elections and has massive public approval when everybody disagrees with his agenda? when the majority -- of people think the country is headed in the wrong direction. he has a positive approval number. how does this happen? there is only one answer. people do not associate obama's agenda with conditions in the country. people do not associate obama's policies with the status of the country. because obama is never seen as governing. obama is constantly seen as campaigning. >> stephanie: wow. actually, if you check every poll, people think the country is headed in the wrong direction because they're republicans! [ applause ] >> there is another side to the story. >> stephanie: wow. i thought he was getting to like a stone lexicon spears theory or something or the numbers are
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wrong. >> stephanie: or the polls are wrong. >> the president has an obligation under the constitution to make the federal government work and to make it do the things that we have hired it to do. you can't get on an airplane without going through the tsa. the plane can't get in the air without an air-traffic controller. the country will not stay free and safe without soldiers. these are far more important than other operations of the government from which he could cut in order to keep those operations that we rely on every day at full force. this is almost an impeachable offense. the president is deciding how to spend money in order to hurt us rather than in order to provide us with services for which we have paid. for which we have hired him. he's doing the opposite of what he has taken an oath to do. >> can we get rid of medicare and social security and -- you know infrastructure spending. >> stephanie: let me get this straight, the republicans will cause a sequestration and then impeach obama over the effects
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of it. >> ha ha! >> stephanie: that is rich. >> wow. >> stephanie: okay. okay. jessica yellin'. >> i'll bet she is. >> stephanie: straight news cnn reporters. >> this is not the kind of speech the president would deliver if he thought a deal was going to get hammered out this week. it was so clearly partisan, such an aggressive attack of blaming republicans for the stalemate and clearly setting up the blame if the cuts are triggered on friday and saying it is because of house republicans. that is not the kind of environment you create if you think you're on the verge of a deal. >> it is because of house republicans. >> stephanie: see what i mean? >> oh, god. she is yellen. >> if you're not right at least be loud. >> sure. >> stephanie: laura ing gram on fox and friends. battered press syndrome.
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>> he's just not that into you. >> confuse them. it is like the one-night stand that lasted for four years. he got re-elected, got what he wanted. sweetheart i'll leave your payment on the table and i'm gone. i'm sorry. it is embarrassing. >> wow. >> stephanie: we're the president's whore? the whole country? is that what she's saying? >> yes because we voted for him. >> stephanie: equals whore. if you vote for obama you're a dirty -- >> good for nothing -- >> stephanie: whore. who will be played by anne hathaway in a movie. we've been waiting for this. how much do we love keith ellison, the rockin' congressman from the great state of minnesota with sean hannity last night. >> democratic congressman keith ellison of minnesota. welcome back sir. >> you better. >> i guess that's what we can describe as staying on message. something the democratic party i
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would argue is good at. >> you're pretty good at it, too. >> thank you. >> quite frankly you are the worst excuse for a journalist i've ever seen. i was there august 2011 when the republicans beat your party -- >> i'm not a republican. >> you are nothing but a republican. >> no, no. sir -- >> yes, you are. >> i'm a registered conservative >> you alibi them 100% of the time. >> stephanie: what? when have you ever not voted for a republican ever? >> i guess new york has this weird rule where you can register as a conservative. so. >> stephanie: i'm sure he voted for obama twice. >> it went on and on and on and sean hannity kicked him off. >> stephanie: awesome. rock on, keith ellison. woo-hoo! [ applause ] >> steve schmidt on cnbc. >> this cpac is the "star wars"
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bar scene of the conservative movement. all it is missing is a couple of wookies. chris christie is the most effective conservative governor in the country. he's done a fantastic job. he's somebody that could potentially change the electoral map. when you look at the dysfunction going on in government with the sequester, it makes a very compelling case for a chris christie candidacy because he's an adult. >> stephanie: he just accepted the medicare expansion. he's cordially disinvited from cpac. [ applause ] >> stephanie: how much fun is this republican war going on? >> such disarray. it is awesome. >> stephanie: mike in florida. hello, mike. >> caller: hey, stephanie. i'm so glad to talk to you. >> stephanie: you too, go ahead. >> caller: first, i'm an obama and stephanie whore. >> stephanie: thank you.
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>> caller: something's been puzzling me for some time when the republicans want to talk about the tax code and how it doesn't need to be fixed. well, i have two daughters and between my two daughters i have eight beautiful grandchildren. each of my grandchildren are worth $3500 worth of deductions but ann romney has a $77,000 deduction for a dancing horse. >> stephanie: for rafalca. i have missed rafalca. >> who ironically came in 77th. >> rafalca was of no use to them anymore. >> stephanie: 58 minutes after the hour. hal sparks next on "the stephanie miller show."
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[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: hello jacki schechner. it's time for another episode of jacki schechner was right. [ applause ] remember how said you didn't trust governor rick scott in florida because he's accepting the medicaid expansion. you said i don't know if i trust his conversion. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] this morning it still needs budget approval from the overwhelmingly republican legislature. he probably knows it won't pass anyway so he gets to look like he's this -- centrist good guy right? >> he's going to try to make himself look good and blame it on the republicans and the state congress. >> stephanie: you are remarkably perceptive about men. > a actctually i'm m nonot peperceptive about men but i'm perceptive about swarmy governors. >> stephanie: you know what? all of the i.q.s drop like
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1,000 points. it never translates to dating. here she is in the current news center, jacki schechner. >> good morning, everybody. we have a new defense secretary finally. chuck hagel was sworn in this morning at a private ceremony at the pentagon. he is planning to address department employees later today. the full senate confirmed hagel yesterday and he released a statement saying that he is incredibly honored to be tasked with heading up the department of defense and he plans to work closely with congress to protect this great nation and to make sure we maintain the world's strongest military. >> first lady michelle obama is on the move the next couple of days to continue to promote the third anniversary of her let's move program. you may remember that she teamed up with big bird to release a couple of public service announcements last week urging kids to eat better and exercise more. i like the excuse to show big bird dancing again. today she travels to clinton mississippi where child obesity is down 13% from 2005. state officials attribute much
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of the change to a 2007 law that required more p.e. in schools and better food on cafeteria menus. the first lady championed a federal law mandating healthier school meals and outside of our educational system, she continues to encourage corporations to open stores and help expand access to fresh food in more than 6,000 areas. the usda has designated food deserts. in preparation for a house hearing, government travel expenses by dropped by $2 billion in the past two years. federal travel made news last year when reports surfaced about excessive spending and absurd spending for that matter by the general services administration at a conference in vegas in 2010. less overall travel and new strict policies are bringing costs down. we're back with more show after the break. guys that do reverse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. (vo) she gets the comedians laughing and the thinkers
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thinking. >>ok, so there's wiggle room in the ten commandments, that's what you're saying. you would rather deal with ahmadinejad than me. >>absolutely. >> and so would mitt romney. (vo) she's joy behar. >>and the best part is that current will let me say anything. what the hell were they thinking?
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>> stephanie: listener steve wanted to mix some with -- >> zero one. >> wow! ♪ [ screaming ] >> it doesn't sound half bad, actually. >> that single came out monday! buy it on itunes now. american psycho by zero one. they call it american psycho. >> stephanie: that's what the females in the crowd at sexy liberal sound like. >> it's true. >> you could barely hear me singing when you see me play
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live with the band. we taped a show at the house of blues. we have people in the audience. we're using the outof audio that's on there and we have the board. all of the audio from the cameras, there's a woman next to the person singing bless her heart, totally off key but mouthing my exact words so you could hear this woman's voice almost like this weird lip-synch overlay. flat. and the words are -- right except in a couple of places like do you in your car. but most of the time they're right. >> i was very impressed yet sort of sad. >> stephanie: yeah. >> but it is still -- >> stephanie: you remember the tape of me singing i need a lover and played it for pat benatar in her dressing room. that was the look on her face. kind of shock, horror, kind of nausea. >> well, i'm glad it affected you that way. >> real good. >> stephanie: radio station bands are good, aren't they? >> what was the name of the
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name? >> stephanie: the lobster band. [ wah wah ] it was our mascot, the lobster. >> known for lobsters in that area? >> was it like lobster 106? >> i don't remember why. >> the lobster. >> rock lobster served up daily with the butter of hits! >> something like that. >> stephanie: right. okay. >> rwl. the wall of rock. your best alternative hits of the '70s, '80s and -- >> stephanie: hal sparks is my favorite comedy toy. >> squeeze me and jokes come out. most of the time. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: how about some facts mixed in. the deficit is falling dramatically. only 6% know that. john kerry's right.
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being american is the right to be stupid. herp derp. >> 94% of people have no idea that the deficit was 1.3 when the president came in and it is 8.56 now and it on its way down. if it goes any faster down, it will actually have a detrimental effect on the -- think of it as why you don't pay off your house at a certain point because of the taxes you would pay. it is a similar effect. i have a handy dandy graph which i just showed the camera. dave johnson posts the gross domestic is down. deficit is falling at the fastest rate. where is my joke bomb sound effect. falling at the fastest rate since the end of world war ii. >> which is why we cut spending immediately. >> stephanie: debate is about how and where to cut us back into recession. why? congress should repeal the
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sequester. we don't need it. we have ten years to fix the long-term deficit situation. we should not be stampeded by scare propaganda and consider the time for the right approach. that way we won't make the same mistake that they're making. >> and almost plunge them back into the depression again. >> stephanie: bloomberg news commissioned a survey asking americans if they believed the budget deficit was growing or shrinking. 94% had no clue and 62% thought it was getting bigger. they all thought -- they all thought leon was getting larger. >> for the record, after the depression and after every major recession, even after a lot of the bubbles the tech bubble, the housing bubble, this tiny bubble -- this austerity tactic on different levels has been tried and it usually is a skimming effect by the people who are in the 2%.
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you panic the public into cutting back on essential services and that kind of stuff dipping unemployment for awhile. you can scrape off like another 5% of profits and then let it go back to its normal -- it is just a manufactured problem. >> stephanie: it is -- we have -- they have really gone off the crazy train. we played someone in right-wing world saying when the sequester cuts cut in, they should impeach the president over the effects of them. over the sequestration. >> there's video of paul ryan going this is the most. >> somest thing ever. i'm paraphrasing. >> stephanie: more fun facts about why everything republicans are saying about the sequester is wrong. governor expenditures have grown at the slowest pace since the eisenhower administration and the latest projections from the cbo show the nation's deficits have shrunk by trillions of dollars.
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the debt is stabilized as a percent of the economy. austerity measures have dragged on in europe. some economists argue the deficit since fiscal caused by sequestration is likely to slow economic growth, reducing tax revenue and preventing meaningful deficit reduction. >> exactly why we have to spend. >> get off your ass. >> do what i want! >> stephanie: republicans now considering legislation that would leave obama and federal agencies with responsibility of carving out waste and unnecessary spending. >> good. >> stephanie: while preserving critical government services. the problem isn't one of authority. budgets will be cut 2% to 10% and most will be unable to salvage services. it is another effort to implement spending reductions without increasing revenues then blame obama for the consequences. >> i think the way they're getting away with part of this conversation and they're losing, you know if you're looking at the polls, the republicans are losing this argument but where they do probably have an 8% to
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100 % poll margin of error is in the area that new revenues, $400 billion in new revenues, they've got 600 in cuts already. the extra 400 is the sticking point. that should come in the form of revenues and elimination of -- but those revenues are not coming in the form of new taxes. they're coming in the form of eliminating loopholes that a are unnecessary and subsidies that are offensive on a fiscal level. like if you believe in fiscal responsibility, the idea of not letting an oil company pay taxes in the first place giving them every possible reason to pay zero tax then giving then a subsidy so they can continue working and then let them, in the case of a bunch of these take the spills they've done, those cost of cleaning up the spill and use that as a tax deduction. >> that's right. >> stephanie: another good point they make here. these are modest cuts. think progress pointing out
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reductions may not mean much for wealthy congressman. states are lose funding for plethora of services jeopardizing services for low income and middle-class families alike. cuts will undermine everything from border security to screening of containers. all of the stuff they scream about, security, amnesty they don't care about anything. >> of course not. >> they care about their side winning. it could cost the economy close to one million jobs. democrats have rejected the g.o.p. bills. republicans in the house passed a sequester replacement in the last congress that doesn't raise any new revenue includes cuts in food stamps, medicaid, social services, stuff that they know is a nonstarter. >> right. but also you say that -- their argument from the glenn beck rush limbaugh, dennis miller argument would be you say that like it is a bad thing. ultimately, the reason why these red states want more control over their pocketbooks from the federal aid that they get they want to get money from the
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federal government but spend it any way they want so they can cut social services to such an extent that all of the poor people in their state move to the next state. move to the blue state near, next door so that -- they literally, it is their way of outsourcing poverty to the state that will take care of them. it is a very christian way of living. the idea is if you're from oklahoma and you don't make above minimum wage or you don't make -- if you have a kid and you're trying to raise them on the minimum wage or whatever, you're not a productive member of society move to illinois. that's really what they think. >> stephanie: right. >> this is part of that strategy, almost on a federal level. they think the same will apply to immigration. the idea that -- that's where self-deportation came from from mitt romney -- >> stephanie: have you watched any of rick perry's commercials urging you to move from california to texas. come to texas. >> that's what californians want to do is move to texas. like austin is seeing a boom. >> stephanie: you pointed out
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at sexy liberal in austin, one reason people say in austin -- >> austinite is not the kind of person that lives there, it is a kryptonnite thing that keeps regular texans away. ow! i don't see why i can't go in there, man. come on! it's weird. every time i touch up against it, i feel like gay people aren't so bad and women should get equal pay. it's weird. i gotta leave. >> it is like austin has seceded from texas. >> because of austinite. >> stephanie: trademark, hal sparks. >> it is like a chain around their neck in superman i. >> stephanie: set him up like that. like a volleyball game. >> tee ball stick. >> stephanie: 17 minutes after the hour. oh kids, we're all so busy setting up hal sparks for comedy bits. you know, appointments, business travel, all and such. what would we do without go to
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my pc with citrix? >> we would sit on our thumbs? >> we would literally never get off our ass. >> or our thumbs. >> stephanie: you can access your entire office computer from wherever you are or any smart phone. particularly if you have a demanding boss that barks at you constantly, asking for things when you're at the gym which your every waking moment you're at the gym when you're not here. >> i was lazy in bed yesterday. i needed to download something on my desktop computer in the other room. just grabbed my ipad. went to go to my pc. downloaded it on my desktop in the other room. >> stephanie: gives you the ability to never ever get off your ass. you could be a congressperson if you had go to my pc. >> that's my ring tone. herp derp. >> stephanie: thank you for that. use any program send any file as if you were sending it to your desk plus go to my pc, easy to use. sets up in minutes. try it check it out.
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you'll love it. try go to my pc today with a special 45-day free trial. enter the promo code stephanie and download the app to your mobile device. go to mypc.com. promo code is stephanie. back with more hump days with hal sparks on "the stephanie miller show." >> the mere fact that i have a breathy voice and a steaming hot body doesn't make me a bimbo. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show."
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dance with my baby ♪ >> stephanie miller. ♪ people come together ♪ >> stephanie: 24 minutes after the hour. women today will not need the therabreath mouth-wetting lozenges because they're already drooling over hal sparks. of some you may need their -- therabreath available at target, walmart and walgreens and other fine stores. [ applause ] hump days with sexy liberal hal sparks. >> hal: it's true. >> stephanie: you know, i was just going to say -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] you know, michele bachmann has been our comedy binky. thank god she's giving an interview. >> another one? >> oh, boy. >> she's still on the ironically
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named intelligence committee which is amazing. >> she touts her flawless run for the presidency. i didn't get anything wrong. [ wah wah ] >> but she lost. she lost hard. >> stephanie: when asked about the inevitably of gay marriage, bachmann stood up to say that heterosexual marriages -- [ screaming ] >> oh, jehovah god the end is near. you don't want to activate the rapture bot. ron paul did that once. oh jehovah god. when asked about the inevitable gay marriage, bachmann said heterosexual american is the basis of our society between men and women. i won't be deviating. >> how does marcus think? ♪ i'm super thanks for asking ♪ ♪ all things considered i couldn't be better i must say ♪ ♪ i'm feeling super ♪
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♪ everything is super when you're don't you think i look cute in this hat ♪ >> for the record, anybody who of course caught my special -- the only way gay marriage could ruin your heterosexual marriage is if you're gay. this is marriage preservation as it were on the part of michele bachmann. if gay marriage becomes legal guys like the one she's perhaps in a relationship with might have other options and than to marry women like her and don't want to have a connection -- there you go. >> stephanie: anything god forbid ever happens, is that peter allen available? >> she's the liza minnelli of politics. >> there was that entire -- class of women who believe that liberace was straight and stuck to it. until the bitter end!
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sister i was always convinced i was going to marry paul. >> there was a tv guide in the 1950s with a picture of liberace on the cover and it said when will liberace marry? >> if he can live until 2015. >> stephanie: no matter what humans think god created marriage. that's unquestionable. >> actually, it is quite questionable. man created marriage. because adam and eve were not married. >> stephanie: here's surprising. she was asked who her favorite contemporary singer is. beyoncé. beyoncé seems like from the devil, doesn't she? >> trust me, after a night with marcus -- >> marcus put a ring on that. >> after a night with marcus, you're jumping around singing all the single ladies. >> stephanie: i'm guessing she comes home and he's frequently dancing to beyoncé. >> arguably in -- ♪ >> stop it! stop acting so gay!
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>> all the single marcus -- >> all the single marcus. >> stephanie: i wonder if there were any questions of what they could do differently. she wished she had gotten john wayne's birthplace right but those are the only things to do over because she was right. >> but she lost. she lost hard. >> to her defense, she was a woman running in a republican primary. she never had a chance. not ever. honestly they wanted to rewrite the iowa straw poll because she won because a woman won. they want to eliminate it. the same way they're doing with like voting rights in pennsylvania and michigan, places like that where they want to make sure black people don't get a representative number of votes by gerrymandering districts. they are literally doing the same thing with the women in their own party. michele bachmann won the iowa straw poll. the first talk was eliminate the iowa straw poll. not an accident. secondly, michele bachmann's
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thing about god creating marriage -- >> stephanie: electoral transvaginal probe. >> first open relationship and the first divorce because according to the true biblical story, he created lillith first. she was too mouthy. and so he let her go off and form all of the other people that cane and abel's kids had sex with and then he made eve out of her bone so she would be quiet and do whatever. >> whole thing seems a little illogical. >> stephanie: the end. 29 minutes after the hour. more hump days with hal on "the stephanie miller show." support the drug war you must be high. cenk uygur: i think the number one thing viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. i think the audience gets that i actually mean it. michael shure: this show is about being up to date so a lot of my work happens by doing the things that i am given to doing anyway. joy behar: you can say anything here. jerry springer: i spent a couple of hours with a hooker joy behar: your mistake was
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writing a check jerry springer: she never cashed it (vo) the day's events. four very unique points of view. tonight starting at 6 eastern.
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>> stephanie: this is the "the stephanie miller show". >> stacked keyboard, people circling them in a concert. guy -- one up here, one down here. dude is in like a horseshoe of skateboards. >> why can't you -- split a keyboard into -- you only need a keys of each. >> the keyboard is for asia! >> totally. >> bam bam bam bam. >> stephanie: we fell way down the screaming goats music rabbit hole yesterday. who do we have? screaming goats and taylor dayne and mitt romney singing america the beautiful, bon jovi, taylor
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dayne, jane childs. >> which one? welcome to the real world or i don't want to fall in love? >> i don't want to fall in love. >> stephanie: howard dean versus a screaming goat. cameron says one might argue what an argument between an enraged goat and an enraged dana loesch would sound like. [ screaming ] [squealing] >> stephanie: all right. hope you're happy! [ applause ] >> when are we going to play a julia child song. >> stephanie: we have entirely too much free time. >> we oblige them. >> who know how to use garage band. >> stephanie: the president yesterday. >> obama: more than 2,000 college students would lose their financial aid. delays at airports across the country. tens of thousands of parents will have to scramble to find child care for their kids. >> you know who will be hit hard?
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republican states. >> stephanie: oops. >> they've already got -- fox will make sure those people blame obama for it. the rest of the country who is actually thinking about the longs-term health of the country instead of the short-term like principle -- being a tea partier. i have a tricorne hat i must be right. >> stephanie: senator john barrasso from wyoming. >> the sky is falling to scare the american people to do what he want which is raising taxes. >> on rich people. >> the other thing is not raising taxes. getting them to pay the same taxes you pay! that's the difference! you can't write that off. they can. that's not right. >> stephanie: by the way he ran and won on going back to the -- above 250. only got to 450. representative eric cantor. >> now, the president says -- we can't have any progress on the sequester unless we get the second tax hike in eight weeks.
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that's not compromise. then he says your choice is going to be taking criminals off -- letting criminals out of jail and on to the streets or give me a tax increase. that's not compromise. that's a false choice. >> stephanie: you're so mature. we're both immature adults, i know. >> i don't understand why we can't keep prisoners in jail for free while still making sure old people don't die in the street. that's a false choice, mr. president. i think we can have both for free. >> old people are going to die anyway. >> stephanie: why don't we just make them into mulch now. give them to headstart kids. >> why don't we let the prisoners loose and point them at the old people. we could kill two birds with one stone. that's compromise. didn't i get elected in this virginia with this choice? darryl in michigan, you're on with hal. >> caller: hello. love your show. hey, hal what's up. i just wanted to say count me
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as a 6%er, i can't make up my mind if i'm a 47%er or a 6%er, i do know that deficits have shrunk and i heard morning joe he was blabbing on about deficit, deficit and then he threw debt in as deficit. and it is the bait and switch they use all the time. >> stephanie: yep. >> caller: that is what george w. bush exploded, deficit is what our president -- >> the cost of managing it is going to be. essentially. yeah. if you create -- $1.4 trillion overall direct costs from the iraq and afghanistan wars and then you have to lay off the payments for that debt on to your yearly budget, that's the deficit. there it is. two wars of choice. poorly mismanaged. john kerry's now secretary of state. he's the guy who said we should have handled al-qaeda like a law enforcement problem which is exactly how we ended up getting
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osama bin laden. >> stephanie: yes, thank you. by the way we salute new secretary of defense chuck hagel. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] the three-month battle over his nomination ended with a wimper yesterday. a victory of sorts for the white house. one republican said you people thought you could prevent hagel from being confirmed. this is as close to a win as you can get. >> what about benghazi? >> stephanie: they hope to wound him i guess and weaken him. >> they operate on a principle that you know, that's not compromise. and then anybody who actually works with -- even bringing republican principles to match with the democratic principles, we can find some middle ground and work together as adults, john mccain's calling him an ex-republican. >> stephanie: they cannot get over he was right about iraq. >> oh, totally. >> stephanie: remember representative walter jones, republican of north carolina? he was the freedom fries guy. that guy. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] he suggested to a libertarian group that former vice president
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dick cheney will end up in a fiery place for his role in the iraq war. he said congress will not hold anyone to blame. lyndon johnson is probably rotting in hell. he probably needs to move over for dick cheney. >> stephanie: that's freedom fries. >> i want to send that guy some french fries. where can we send them from? with a copy of an -- a biography of thomas jefferson about the time he spent in france reading the koran. >> stephanie: tony in florida you're on with hal. hi tony. >> caller: how are you? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: good, can you hear me all right? >> stephanie: yep. go ahead. >> caller: i didn't know if you had seen anything yet but collier county, florida which is down south florida naples area -- >> hal: uh-huh yep. where ray finkel is from. >> caller: yesterday they passed that they will enforce the second amendment and should any federal laws come down to change
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it, they're not going to abide. >> stephanie: ay. >> caller: i didn't know if anybody had heard about it yet. >> hal: there's a couple of municipalities around the country who think that they can supersede the constitution or the regulation of any element to the constitution. >> stephanie: with the "you're not the boss of us." >> if you're thinking about opening a porn shop attached to a brothel, that would be -- collier county would be a good place to do it right now since you can supersede first amendment limitations on what you can say in public and what activities you can participate in public. apparently those rules don't apply either. if you're going to supersede federal regulation or limitations on the second amendment, you can supersede every other one. you have a legal precedent to do so. you could actually -- you could sell cigarettes to kids. and alcohol to kids. >> stephanie: what's wrong with that? >> you could allow 12-year-olds to vote. >> stephanie: dana from maryland, you're on with hal. >> caller: hi, everybody. how are you? >> stephanie: i'm good.
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>> caller: steph, your nails look great. >> that color is a lot better than the previous color. >> stephanie: shut up. >> caller: pink is pepto pepto-bismol. >> stephanie: thank you. >> on the outside if she got an upset stomach, she could lick her fingers. >> caller: chris, thanks for the fab recommendation. i got the no one put baby in a corner. it came in like a day fantastic. jim, i was waiting until today to hear you do boner saying ass. i was dreaming about it last night. >> get off your ass. >> caller: he said like what? five words. i think he was hammered. eric cantor. >> stephanie: no one captures that drunken lisp like jim does. >> caller: hal, we spoke on saturday about abortion. >> hal: right. >> caller: good news the arkansas governor passed the
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20-week -- or vetoed the 20-week law. >> hal: dialed back their transvaginal ultrasound, just one. >> caller: that's the bad news. >> hal: instead of two. >> caller: arkansas governor vetoed it. one step forward one step back. keep doing this. then my last comment paul rand on sean hannity and sean hannity like you know, don't forget you can only have seven bullets in your gun. oy. right? >> hal: what if you have eight members of your family. how are you supposed to kill yourself after? that's the argument. what if nine cops show up at my door. that's what they're talking about. no intruder worth more than three shots. especially if you live with a family. if you have kids in the next room, you don't go who's here? pow, pow pow. arguably that's -- the oscar
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pistorius, that's the defense. she was in the closed off toilet section of the bathroom. he took the time apparently to put on his legs and walk over and shoot through the door in the wall. you cannot tell me a conversation didn't happen there. >> stephanie: that's what i said. i didn't believe -- first thing you do is honey, is that you? >> who is that? >> stephanie: honey i hear something. >> i want to make sure i'm shooting you and not an intruder. >> you can speculate about all of that now but when you're in that situation you act on instinct. >> hal: no, you don't. not when you have to put your legs on and walk across the room. >> he said he didn't have them on. >> hal: he put them on and he moved across the room. nine steps in two minutes between where she was -- and look in the bed! >> stephanie: exactly. feel in the bed. hey, honey oh, it's you in the bathroom. >> this wasn't on the topic list
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today. >> hal: but it does tie to the whole gun issue and having second shots in your gun or not. >> stephanie: there was a study, mayors against illegal guns came out with how many times women are the victim of gun violence and it is always this. an ex, a boyfriend a husband significant other or something. >> or take their gun from them. knows they have a gun in the house and uses it against them. they use the gown threaten her -- they use a gun to threaten her. the sexual assault is done with her kid. kid shot himself with a pink gun because he thought it was a toy. >> stephanie: i enjoyed that little detour. [ applause ] 45 minutes after the hour. right back. more hump days with hal sparks on "the stephanie miller show". >> hal: if you're going to have a gun, learn how to use it. >> announcer: i got her number off the men's room stall. 1-800-steph-12.
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i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us.
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♪ we got the message ♪ ♪ i heard it on ♪ >> stephanie miller. >> stephanie: this hour of the stephanie miller show brought to you by go to my pc. access your entire work computer from your phone with the go to pc mobile app. try it free for 45 days. visit gotomypc.com and enter the promo code stephanie. hal sparks with some interesting film fun facts. hal, would you like to share? >> hal: first of all, i would like to personally thank vegas jesse who calls herself tea party crasher on -- she actually
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noticed i made an ace ventura reference. collier county is where -- later turns out to be sean young with a sex change or in drag or whatever. there is a very featured shotgun scene in collier county. you'll recall, it goes like this. i don't know how well it will sound. you'll hear it. >> hi. i'm looking for ray finkel. a clean pair of shorts. >> stephanie: all righty then. >> hal: there is a shotgun in his face. he was the first ever left-footed kicker to come out of collier high. >> stephanie: wowee. loosely based character on -- >> ace ventura is based on a bird. jim carrey based all of the movements, the hairstyle, the fact he's wearing toucan-colored clothing on a bird.
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when he met anthony hopkins he said he based hannibal lecter on an alligator and a snake i think. or a spider. it was an alligator and a spider. >> stephanie: uncle hal. you know all we care about. goats. oh because -- taylor dayne more my era than taylor swift. somebody had to send me -- ♪ tonight i really need to know ♪ ♪ tell it to my heart ♪ ♪ tell me i'm the only one ♪ ♪ is this really love or just a game ♪ >> stephanie: okay. and here's some fun facts from chris in yankton. this week in 1988, taylor dayne prove your love moved up 13 notches to number 60. tell it to my fell in the 21st week. >> dedicated to charles. who just had his chest removed surgically.
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[ laughter ] >> stephanie: for the record, here are the top that week. george michael "father figure," number two "pet shop boys," number three "patrick swayze, she's like the wind" and number four, rick astley's "never gonna give you up" and "dirty dancing." >> dirty dancing was huge 20 years ago. >> stephanie: she's like the wind. ♪ she's like the wind ♪ >> that was awful. >> hal: it was no heart beat. don johnson. ♪ heart beat ♪ ♪ i'll sleep with anything with a heart beat ♪ >> he's good in django unchained by the way. >> stephanie: you're right. who am i thinking of, the musical dedication shows. they're completely ridiculous. [ applause ]
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>> karla would like to send this out to dave. >> stephanie: who is the comedian we love. >> about delilah. >> sanford. >> stephanie: what do you want to say about your break-up with brian? ahhh! >> stephanie: she did the original screaming goat. >> only sounds normal when she's playing the character. >> baby voice. by the way she had like the only internet series i think that actually worked was the maria banford show she did on funny or die. you can watch it on youtube. >> stephanie: talking about gun safety before the break. and caller called yesterday. it is amazing, there was one caller yesterday that said he went to buy a regular gun no problem. went to buy a taser you need special training. a woman tried to buy pepper spray and you need to take special training. we're like for spices? really? really? >> i'm on my way to scarborough
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fair. >> i've got paprika. watch out! >> i know how to use it. >> they don't have to pertain to firearms. if they're arguing there shouldn't be a licensing regulation or background checks or training necessary for that kind of stuff why can't we carry samurai swords? is it too much to ask? i just want a ninja pole. carry a sword on my back walking around all the time. >> stephanie: thank you, stephanie and the mooks for the spice jokes. sage advice and i'll laugh at them any time. >> stephanie: frankly people like are you the salt of the earth. i love the way you pepper with us jokes. let them fly and keep them cumin. really greg? [ ♪ circus ♪ ] that's awful. >> my dad always does that when something sucks. he did it -- he makes this -- like that. he did it at a play. we went and saw a play in
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lexington. >> stephanie: you've been a heckler since you were a child. >> 9-year-old, my dad takes me to a play so we can be into society. in the middle of it, he didn't like it so he went -- [squeaking sound] right in the mid. play. >> hal: i love my dad. >> stephanie: mr. sparks, you're a scamp like your son. >> do you think it amazingly loud. you can almost hear it like it makes your spine curl. >> stephanie: my character was holding a diaphragm. a bunch of my friends got drunk and came and one of them started yelling put it in and then they got thrown out of the theatre. >> of course. pandemonium. >> stephanie: some people don't understand theatre etiquette. >> everybody else didn't realize whatever that person says you will do. >> awkward. >> stephanie: i'm in character >> the character would not put this in right now.
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>> stephanie: kathy from nevada. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i love you. you're so smart cute and -- i wanted to go back to michele bachmann. you know that she -- the 27 foster children she took in. you know -- >> or 21 or 22 or 25. >> caller: 27. >> the number is fluctuating is my point. >> caller: she got roughly $2,000 a month from the government per child $2,000 a month. >> stephanie: 47% moocher. >> that's how she got that marshmallow in. [ buzzer ] >> stephanie: what does that mean? what is she referring to? [ laughter ] >> she's a barbarian and she needs to be disciplined. >> stephanie: that woman does, indeed need to be disciplined. >> you have to understand barbarians need to be educated. they need to be disciplined.
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>> stephanie: some people are naughty, naughty boys. >> bad baby! bad, baby! >> stephanie: we're just weird. hal sparks, halsparks.com. >> hal: you can yell at me about the things i said. >> i love getting into twitter back and forth. >> i loved everything you said today. you were on fire, sir. >> stephanie: if you want to see that live, you can see it april 13th at the chicago theatre. tickets going fast for sexy liberal. love you.
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[ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> stephanie: oh, jacki schechner, this is just the job that keeps on giving. it is just like a chippen dailies in here every morning. there's hal sparks for you. >> how come you don't invite me on days like today. >> stephanie: his little skeletor motorcycle outfit. gavin newsom is on his way in. >> you have me sequestered over here where i have a stick table. >> stephanie: little eye candy treat. a little eye candy sandwich this morning. >> they're so far away. >> stephanie: i know. we're big teases here in captain america's underpants. >> doesn't work for me. >> stephanie: try to concentrate and do the news now. [ ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ ] >> stephanie: do not think about hal sparks' stomach. do not. ripped abs.
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>> stephanie: don't show her your tongue. >> you need a little hal-gavin sorbet. i'm like the sorbet between the two. >> stephanie: sorbet, jacki schechner. >> good morning. a sequestration is set to start on friday. the president has now invited congressional leaders to the white house that day. but so far, there is no indication of what exactly he plans to do or say. one republican aide telling cnn the republicans think this meeting is designed for show to give the visual that the two sides are talking. senate minority leader mitch mcconnell is calling the meeting a chance to discuss spending issuing a statement today once again blaming the president for the $85 billion across-the-board cuts that both sides agreed to. rueters is reporting this morning that its parent company thompson rueters is -- thomson reuters is one of 2,000 businesses filing a brief to urge the supreme court to strike down the provision of doma that defines marriage between a man
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and a woman. starbucks, microsoft google, pfizer among the other companies participating. good for them. some of the same companies are also joining in an effort to encourage the supreme court to overturn california's gay marriage ban. the high court is expected to hear both cases at the end of march. a hearing is now underway in the senate judiciary committee on a possible assault weapons ban. senator dianne feinstein is leading the proceedings which will include testimony from law enforcement officials state lawmakers and the father of one of the victims of the shooting in newtown. while the assault weapons ban is not likely to pass the senate, getting a vote on the record is important as we consider passing other legislation including the more popular universal background checks. we're back with more show after the break. you'll want to stay with us. (vo) as marijuana gains social and legal acceptance, a new pioneer is emerging from the backwoods. >> i'm basically like a farmer. instead of corn, you've got
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nounce ladies and gentlemen, it's "the stephanie miller show." ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ i'm walkin' on sunshine ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey, all right now ♪ ♪ and it's time to feel good ♪ >> stephanie: i have to start gulping water like marco rubio. it is "the stephanie miller show." six minutes after the hour. why, look who's here. lieutenant-governor of california, future governor, future president author of the new book "citizenville," gavin newsom. >> thank you very much. thank you. honored to be here. >> stephanie: do not look directly at him. >> no. >> turn to salt. >> brine. >> good morning. >> stephanie: good morning sir. >> what a day in southern california. what a day for this country. days before the end of the world as we know it. >> stephanie: we were talking
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in the break about sequestration. you were talking about how catastrophic this is going to be. >> my fear is it is and it isn't. because in many ways, it is slow moving disaster. because of the furlough requirements require that you don't lay people off necessarily tomorrow. you need 30-day provisions in most of the union contracts. most of the school cuts, as cute as they're going to be, most of them, the deepest happen in the next school year, not immediately. i just fear a little bit that both sides posturing can be questioned and my concern only is veracity at this point. whatever we say we're going to do, we do. whatever we say is going to happen happens so we can maintain our moral authority through this. >> stephanie: what do you think -- i mean honestly, i'm hearing from both sides, what do you think is going to happen? >> classic case of political posturing that ultimately will advance in real discussions between now and march 27th
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with the new -- we've learned culture. sequestration. and next is cr. continuing resolution. that will be our word of the month for march. we'll get close to that 27th deadline. there will be some presumption for the grand bargain. that's the assessment everybody is positioning for the shut down on the 27th. >> stephanie: are you looking at the polls? they're disasterastrous. i said can you get me that poll that shows everyone hates republicans. he said which ones? >> you literally saw the poll that people prefer traffic jams three to one over congress. head lice and even the dreaded nfl replacement refs, outperforming congress. >> stephanie: with chlamydia. >> chlamydia was more popular -- seriously. >> stephanie: see, but you were always ahead of the game particularly on marriage equality. we may be moving toward. speaking of people -- concerned
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about, you know, economics. wedding industry could make $17 billion off gay marriage, the amount the u.s. wedding industry would gain. that was one of the issues you really led on. you must feel amazing. >> i feel amazing particularly watching what happened yesterday where 80 republicans, current and former republican leaders, a lot of players in the mccain campaign murphy, schmidt and others active in the republican party as consultants signing up on an amicus brief in support of our efforts as it relates to proposition 8. so you know, it is evolving at a remarkable rate and speed. you think back. it is a good reminder -- >> stephanie: back when you were the sheik -- >> back, my year of birth in 1967 when blacks couldn't marry whites until richard decided to break the law fall in love with mildred jeter.
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people need to remember this. the judge in that case, he was sentenced to a year in prison for marrying mildred. the judge said god sir god sir, put different races on different continents for a reason. god never wanted the races to mix. literally, i'm paraphrasing but that's almost verbatim what the judge said. one year in prison or 25 years out of the great state of virginia. 70%, here's the point. 70% of americans opposed interracial marriage in 1967 and this activist supreme court unanimously overturned the rules. my long way to connect the dot 50 54% of americans support marriage equality. we're so much further along as it relates to the question the court will be asked. that's why it is absolutely the right time to ask that question. >> god must have have been pretty pissed off about europeans coming to america. >> there were people here already. >> stephanie: a lot of right-wingers who say god was
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a-okay with slavery apparently. >> god's thinking of the church right now. maybe we could put the conclave, we can have two questions. who is the next pope and can you deal with the sequestration issue? >> stephanie: a decree. >> white smoke. >> stephanie: do you think -- i mean, speaking of the -- do you think it will affect the court? there is that, just as it is not a partisan issue anymore. but also that the right side of history argument. you look at polling with young people and i mean -- >> off the charts. >> democrats and republicans independents. >> i think these guys have to think about -- you look back in the history books those that are on the wrong side of history and the supreme court, it is a humiliating thing for their families, it is humiliating. if you're justice kennedy in particular, you'll want to be on the right side of history. justice kennedy who is our key justice, if he's consistent with what he did in colorado in the roamer decision, he will be
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consistent here in california. you can't take away rights that were legally granted. that were legally assert and provided for. that was the case in colorado where he wrote the majority. the proposition 8 case, people forget this. it was legal in california to get married 18,000 couples did. we wrote into the constitution a new law saying it's no longer legal. it was a remarkable thing. you think about the history of the united states. every time we advance a constitutional amendment it has been since the bill of rights, we've expanded people's rights. we haven't taken away people's rights. that's what was so auditious about george w. bush in 2004 wanting to support a federal constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage. a final point on that, isn't it suggestive that the president of the united states in '04 wanted to change the constitution because he felt there was something missing in it. which ultimately is the constitutional question in front of the court. with an unamended constitution, there is clearly something there that suggests that we're on the
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right side of history as it relates to marriage equality and the rights of the gays and lesbian community. >> stephanie: gavin newsom, i have a new dream that you will officiate at my wedding when i find a girl to marry. my fear is she will leave me for you because you're too good looking to live. >> oh, christ. unbelievable. >> stephanie: say i do. she'll be like yeah -- >> unbelievable. >> stephanie: wait a minute! [ ♪ hypnotic ♪ ] >> everything has changed now. >> just like that. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: that would be my luck. what kind of idiot chooses gavin newsom? that would be my wedding song. ♪ you are an idiot ha, ha, ha, ha ha, ha, ha, ha ♪ >> stephanie: gavin newsom, tell me about "citizenville". >> how to take the town square digital and reinvent government. >> reinvent government book by a politician. shocking. >> stop the presses.
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>> stop the presses. >> i tried to -- i wrote a book trying not to be the politician writing the book. so this is not some history of my childhood and what drove me to -- whatever, you know. it is a technical book about technology and governing as opposed to technology and campaigning. we're very good at using the tools of technology to amplify voices to come out and vote and to volunteer and write checks for our campaigns. once the campaign is done, we turn the voices off. governing is not getting elected. it is actually doing the hard work of governing. so this book is about effectively using the same tools of technology to engage in a two-way conversation with taxpayers to activate pro-active citizenship and to engage substantively in the life of our city our state and our country. so i began a journey, a year and a half ago 68 interviews with well-known folks from president obama, chiefs of staff all their i.t. folks to presidents clinton and gore and many others led me to conclude the tools of technology are going to
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dramatically alter the framework of engagement for taxpayers and citizens. >> stephanie: not to be a typical talk show suck up. how timely. we were joking about the polls but people are legitimately feeling so frustrated. the book talks about how you can take matters into your own hands. to dissolve political gridlock. >> we all have this experience, the ubiquity of the devices, the quality of the devices we have today. we're solving problems and we're engaging peer to peer then you go to the dmv and still filling out forms in triplicate. the disconnect is self-evident to everybody else. what's happening is the democratization that is provided to engage people with these tools of technology, provide a different platform than we've ever had. none of us could have imagined five years ago. tom freeman said this. he said in 2005, when he was talking about the globalized
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world and this connected world facebook didn't exist. twitter was a sound. the cloud was in the sky. 4g was a parking space. [ laughter ] >> linked in was a prison. skype, for most of us with was a typo. in 2005, not 1995. so now they're ubiquitous in our life. think of the impact it has on the media. you know this better than anybody. think of what has happened in the music industry, the financial services industry. we're on a collision course with the future government because we're still building an old 1970s era technology in our systems of government including here in california. >> stephanie: you explain in the book how 21st century problem is too big and too expensive for the government to buy solutions. instead americans must innovate their way out. tell us how we can do that. >> my premise is this. government operating more like a vending machine. you put in your dollar. you get limited choices. if you don't like what you get
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we do what many of us have done, you kick the machine right. that's protest occupy movement, maybe the tea party on the other. that's a framework of scarcity. that's the government we've had. this machine government. what i'm arguing for is something very different. a notion of looking at government more like steve jobs looked at the smart phone as a platform for active citizen engagement. you know, what the iphone did was allow jobs and apple to partner with millions of people. there are 800,000 apps just on that platform today. none provided by apple. all provided by the innovation. >> stephanie: why can't the auto spell be better? i mean really. >> let's talk siri. >> we have to take the same principles is my point and bring them into our governing philosophy and again, it is about a two-way conversation. active not inert citizenship. i don't want things done to me as a taxpayer. i want things done with me. i want to be part of the budgeting of my city.
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>> stephanie: it is cialis for our communities. gavin newsom remains with us as we continue right here on "the stephanie miller show." >> announcer: fresh republican outrage. you keep listening she'll make more. it is "the stephanie miller show." with the year's largest selection of mouth-watering lobster entrees. like our delicious lobster lover's dream, featuring two kinds of succulent lobster tails. or our savory, new grilled maine lobster and lobster tacos. it's back, but not for long. [ woman ] our guests go crazy for lobsterfest. my favorite entree is the lobster lover's dream. what's yours? come celebrate lobsterfest and sea food differently.
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>> i was governor last week. i thought california did incredibly well last week. the weather. >> stephanie: everything looked better. >> it was a small quake. finally, the governor took off out of town. i love governor brown. he doesn't leave! what are lieutenant-governors to do? >> stephanie: oh, here's a good price! want to go? checking orbitz all the time. >> what does the lieutenant-governor do? picks up the paper every morning and reads the obituaries. the governor's not in there and move on. the butt of your own jokes. but i do serve -- i won't give you my real speech. >> stephanie: please. >> thank you for asking. no lieutenant-governor does actual real work here. i can justify my salary. on the u.c. board of regents chair of the state lands commission, deal with issues of fracking and issues of offshore and onshore oil drilling and chair of the economic commission. so there are things that the
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california lieutenant-governor does. >> stephanie: don't you think the proposition situation is ridiculous? >> hijacked by special interests. >> stephanie: right. we don't know how to govern ourselves. that's why we need you. propositions are like -- would you like free -- unicorns that fart glitter and we're like yes. would you like to pay a penny more on your water bill? no! >> you summed it up brilliantly. the initiatives lock in expenses but they lock out revenue. is in any wonder we have the troubles we have in california. it is mob rule. in this case, the mob is often taken over by special interests. it was designed to keep the robber barrons or the railroad barrons out of the pockets of legislators and the early part of the last century. precisely the reason it was conceived. now has been hijacked by the same interest groups on all sides of the political aisle taking over this popular sentiment. >> stephanie: it is the perfect time for "citizenville" how to reinvent government by
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gavin newsom. but it really is -- you know, as you were talking about all of the -- social media things that -- things are just so different. we were joking this morning about when i started doing talk shows, i got the chinny, curly fax paper that we would get show prep. it is a way that citizens can engage more than in the past. >> it really is an extraordinary thing. i think we've all had this experience. honestly i'm not kidding you. my daughter, montana about 3 1/2 now, stopped me in my tracks. i watched her with my phone. she can't talk, she can barely crawl. here she was flipping mew my iphone. this is the prodigy. she's the one. i'm catholic. this is the one. >> stephanie: my college friends -- we always talk about how technologically impaired i am. she said oh you don't have a teenager. you need a teenager.
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>> you think about it. first generation in human history where kids are an expert in something profoundly important which their parents aren't. >> stephanie: her daughter, i was an elderly shut-in. i was like i can't read the menu. in four seconds she had that flashlight thing installed on my phone. i was like how did -- caveman first saw fire. i was like oh! >> here ya go, it's easy! >> part of the principle of the book is government apps, why don't we have app stores as you have on the apple iphone or android for government services and this is -- these are the ideas in the book that we're promoting. the way we do that is by opening up data. the default needs to be opens and transparency too build trust. the great struggle and frustration the president is having is on this notion. we had that debate. you guys talking about it on the issue of the drones. this ready fire, aim policy relates to the constitution in due process on that kill list. the fact that they're unwilling
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to submit to the sunshine and day. some of the legal briefs related to that. that's got to be resolved and in this era of opens and transparency where technology provides that light. we have to lean into this. >> stephanie: gavin why do you think -- we were doing a statistic today which even i didn't know. chris always says we marinate in this information all day. only 6% of the american public know the deficit has fallen. >> lowest it has been in years. >> stephanie: but with all of this -- internet, social media why is it that we still -- john kerry said yesterday he said he offered a defense of freedom of speech saying he told german students in america, you have the right to be stupid if you want to be. too many of us are taking advantage of that. >> again we're consumed by process and personality. we're so focused on who's to blai. we watch these shows. we don't get those effects. you get this filter bubble folks talk about and polarized on all
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sides. it creates disconnect. we're 138th in the world in voter participation. 138th. >> wow. >> we have a huge mayor's race here in l.a. i would be shocked if you get more than 10% 12% of people to show up in the second largest city in america. these aren't headlines. these are norm lines. it is a norm to see 10% 15% 20% of registered voters participating. if you're not participated in the one off every two to four years, how are you going to be interested every day as i'm arguing for to improve the governance of your city. >> stephanie: you know, people -- were asleep in 2010 and the crazy tea party fringe were the only ones that were activated. this is what we got. >> in many ways, there's not much at all that i support the tea party except one thing. they weren't asleep. they stepped up and stepped in. and they've been at it. watching guys like cruz control folks like cornyn. talk about cruz control. the number two senator who can't
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even operate because some freshman is now controlling him because cornyn is so paranoid about being primaried in 2014. we're literally -- this entire debate about sequestration is about -- >> stephanie: joe mccarthy is new. >> 245 communists in the state department. >> stephanie: the book is "citizenville" by gavin newsom. are your teeth real? i can't get over it. >> what a question. what a question. tv love you gavin newsom. good luck on laura ingraham. >> thanks a lot! >> stephanie: right back on "the stephanie miller show." (vo) as marijuana gains social and legal acceptance, a new pioneer is emerging from the backwoods. >> i'm basically like a farmer. instead of corn, you've got dope. (vo) but what is legal and what is criminal? >> this is, no matter what you do, a violation of federal law. (vo) follow real farmers staking their claim on a new frontier. >> lots of terrible things
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>> you know, unlimited supply of misinformation is -- >> stephanie miller. >> watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat. >> stephanie: i'm in my gavin newsom afterglow don't bother me. [ ♪ magic wand ♪ ] >> he has bill clinton charisma. >> stephanie: you're the only person in the world when he talks to you. i'm melted a little bit. okay. >> you went from gay to totes questioning. >> stephanie: 34 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number. kevin in d.c., speaking of my crushes, hello kevin. [no audio] >> caller: someone called me hey, man your girl is with some
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suave mother trucker. >> are you okay? >> stephanie: okay. all right. i thought you just -- didn't dump that. trucker. >> he paused and everything. >> stephanie: got it. >> caller: come on stephanie you really think i would do anything to get your show off? >> stephanie: no, angel, go ahead. >> get you off maybe but that's a whole -- >> stephanie: go ahead. >> caller: the reason i called, sorry to give you a heart attack, the reason i called is that i'm wondering maybe it is my wishful thinking but at a time when public approval ratings are in the toilet, where a large majority of people agree that brick brains like hannity -- they won't even identify themselves. with all of that, do you think it is possible for them to take back the house in 2014 and
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maybe -- they should add -- >> stephanie: obviously we're told with this gerrymandering, it is going to be impossible. i don't know. if these ratings get any lower i don't know. i don't know what's possible anymore. i've never seen anything like it. these approval ratings. oh, we were talking about this with hal. because of the screaming goats. all of the screaming goats video reminds us of our favorite maria banford bit. >> i can't look to the love songs. love songs on the coast with delilah. where are you calling from? what's your name? happy holidays, where are you calling from? hi, amy calling in from tucson, arizona. what's going on with you tonight, amy? [ laughter ] >> you and matt broke up. that's hard. that's tough. what do you want to say to matt tonight? [ laughter ]
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>> we'll play that for you. that's penny lover by lionel richie. >> stephanie: that's exactly what love makes you feel like. >> penny lover. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: speak of hot people like gavin newsom. new comeback. he fell victim to what we were just talking about the 2010 elections. but a poll out tuesday showed that he could be in strong position for political comeback. >> that's right. >> stephanie: because they messed with the wrong honey badger. 53% of wisconsin voters have favorable opinion of feingold. 37% unfavorable. the poll indicated feingold could get the last laugh on the republican who ousted him ron jonsson. he would win 52-42 over ron johnson. let's see. blah blah, blah. feingold fared better than any democrat tested in a
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hypothetical match-up against governor scott walker. >> we will stomp on governor walker. >> stephanie: exactly. feingold edged walker 49% to 47%. that would be awesome! irma gird! >> stephanie: jill in ithaca. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi jill. >> caller: hi. how do you think they make those goats scream? it makes me a little nervous. >> they're just walking around. >> i wonder if the whole thing is a hoax. >> stephanie: there's been a couple of people that called in and said no goats. they make weird sounds. go ahead. >> the real reason i called is i'm still trying to get over the bush administration. and anything that smells anything like the bush years what happened with the supreme court just recently is the obama administration unfortunately
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wants to -- or have the power to wiretap media people who have correspondents in -- not in the states, in other countries. and that's going to be upheld. that makes me really nervous even though it is obama. >> stephanie: yeah, yeah. i know. here's one good thing of the supreme court. sonia sotomayor. >> love her. she laid the smack down. >> stephanie: right. she laid the smack down on a prosecutor that said something really racist. she took issue with a question asked by the prosecutor in a case before them. while questioning an african-american defendant in a drug case, he said so you've got african-americans, spanish, a bag of money does that tell you a light bulb doesn't go off in your head and say this is a drug deal. [ buzzer ] >> oh, no! uh-huh! >> stephanie: she wrote the prosecutor tapped a deep and sorry vein of prejudice. the question was pernicious in its attempt to substitute racial
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stereotype for evidence. >> very good point. racial stereotype and not evidence. absolutely. >> stephanie: thank you. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] who wants to do another story about the republican party at war with itself? >> i do, i do! >> stephanie: fight fight fight! >> they're not all pretty. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: no none of you are pretty. fight. go ahead. fight a lot. the "daily beast," karl rove's war. i need some festive music. what the hell was karl rove thinking? this has been the question on the mind of political observers since the super strategist, not so super thanks for asking. open up a nasty new front in the on-going civil war between his parties purists and its pragmatists. this is such good fun. mark lev and steve december, another right wing radio whack they've lined up to take swings at rove for planning to marginalize conservatives. he said -- there would be no
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fixing this. the civil war has been brewing for a couple of years now. >> good. >> stephanie: fight, fight fight. >> mark levin definitely is not pretty. >> stephanie: give me that. i love this part. i love this part. talking about him taking a beating on fox news about this. >> yeah. >> stephanie: soft and pale, sheered of his usual swagger. rove was the very picture of a man under siege. >> do you know what they do to soft bald, overweight republicans in prison? >> stephanie: arguably, no republican had a deeper post-election hold decline. his personal brand was badly damaged by his forecast last cycle with an election night to find him disputing his decision. we all know that. more materially, american cross reads failed to deliver big time. not only did mitt romney lose, so did six of the eight even donald trump took a turn. congrats to karl rove on blowing $400 million this cycle. post-election, big republican donors have been demanding answers as a condition of
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support for groups. there has been a lot of barking pro-fannity. sound like screaming goats now. they sound like mitt romney singing the national anthem and screaming goats. ari fleisher says far from blowing over, the fight will accelerate the first time the ads are shown on behalf of another candidate. anybody -- radio host said anybody who rove is attached to will get a scarlet letter. a candidate would be better off getting barack obama's endorsement than karl rove. fight, fight, fight. he took out an ad against ashley judd who hasn't seen decided if she's running yet which makes me think she has a better chance. >> they're scared of her. >> stephanie: you go with that mitch mcconnell. he's photogenic. last week, the tea party patriots had to send an apology out. they had a fund-raising -- they green screened him into an ss
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officer's -- "daily beast" closing with you know it has been a rough row when members of your own party start comparing nazis. >> rove does look a bit like the nazi from "raiders of the lost ark." >> the one who got his face melted off. the glasses just kind of -- >> there were two. he was the one with the glasses. >> stephanie: andy in houston. welcome. >> hi. how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: first i need you to say hello to my gay pugs. >> stephanie: atticus and francis are so handsome and romantic. go ahead. >> caller: in memory of my mother who taught me good things. including to listen while i was in law school. as opposed to john boehner and most of the republicans. >> stephanie: right.
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>> caller: john boehner has been screaming and yelling about the two bills that congress passed that everybody should act on. those bills were passed in the last congress. they are now dead. >> stephanie: yes, thank you. they couldn't get off their ass if they want to. >> we have moved the bill in the house twice. we should not have to move a third bill before the senate gets off their ass and begins to do something. >> stephanie: is he developing a lisp there? >> a third bill. get off your ass. >> stephanie: his tongue is partially numbed by bourbon. >> two fingers of bourbon. >> stephanie: al in texas. hi al, welcome. >> caller: hello. >> stephanie: hello al. >> caller: we have a state representative from plano which ain't far from where i live, one that has a tax-free holiday to buy guns. >> stephanie: a tax-free holiday -- say that one more time? >> to buy a gun?
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>> caller: the texas liberation day on march 2nd beginning next year, you can buy all of the firearms you want and bullets and hunting gear to have a tax-free holiday like they do on school supplies. >> wow. >> stephanie: welcome to texas. you know what it is? i gasp because i saw alan grayson on tv. gavin newsom was just here. ah! [ screaming ] >> you need to find a chick politician to lust after. >> stephanie: what is happening to me. right back on "the stephanie miller show". >> her grade school nuns would like to slap her silly. it's "the stephanie miller show." (vo) follow real farmers staking their claim on a new frontier. >> lots of terrible things happen to people growing marijuana. >> this crop to me is my livelihood. >> i have everything invested in this.
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>> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ >> stephanie: it is "the stephanie miller show." welcome to it. 50 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 the phone number toll free from anywhere. well this explains everything about why all the polls are showing how much people hate republicans. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] according to a new survey, republicans turn to olive garden for quality ethnic food. [ whatever! ] >> is that the onion? >> that's for real although a scary number of democrats answered they go to -- something like 53% of democrats say they go to olive garden for quality food. >> stephanie: republicans probably pronounce it let's go for some eye-talian, honey. some pasta.
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>> i guess they're not big on -- >> they've never heard of it. >> stephanie: okay. >> it is fuh. >> vietnamese soup that has eyeballs and intestines. love it. >> it has everything. intestines. >> stephanie: i love it. >> i get the sliced brisket with the meatballs. >> stephanie: okay. all right. everything in this story is in fuh, vietnamese soup. man stole sword balls and a blind cap. >> chinese meditation balls. what is the matter with kansas? does anyone know? >> he was returned fine. >> i had to scan that story. >> stephanie: i know. >> stephanie: he entered a mobile home in lawrence, kansas, made off with a japanese style sword, a blind black cat and chinese meditation balls.
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>> as do you. >> stephanie: police were called later when residents of a nearby home reported they fled when a man barged in with no shirt or shoes but wearing a sword, carrying the cat and balls and began eating their food. the cat named freddie were returned to their owners. >> that's right. [ applause ] >> stephanie: my balls and my cat. when you're missing your balls and your [ bleep ] you know that -- there is a problem. >> i'm not going there. >> stephanie: jim louise ward. >> what? it was on the tv. >> stephanie: you should have offered no support at all like chris. >> i just let it go. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: this is a story i know that i'm old. a lawyer for the family of a 9-year-old massachusetts rapper who appears in sexually suggestive videos is criticizing authority's decision to investigate whether the boy is a victim of possible child abuse or neglect. the boy performs his little
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poopy -- >> i'm familiar with his -- [ laughter ] >> sure you pronounce -- >> stephanie: i stop with the icy, puffy people. i'm not familiar with the little poopy. >> the lawyer said this is just what i would call racially tinged investigation. because whoever watched it, probably doesn't understand rap. that would be me. with the video he's 9. it shows the boy slapping a woman's buttocks, engaging in sexuallyied -- and i instantly turn into my 9-year-old republican -- >> that's not how i would parent. >> stephanie: poopy music posted to a mixed tape site had him singing about being a cocaine cowboy. >> can a 9-year-old be a cocaine cowboy? >> stephanie: i don't think that's appropriate.
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>> die think so either. >> stephanie: miss delaware between resigns after porn video surfaces. oh dear. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] that's all we need on that story. oopsie. >> just in time for ron jeremy to recover. >> stephanie: yikes. okay. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] now some nincompoops want to make aerosmith's song -- gawker writes the city of boston is like that childhood best friend you introduce to adult friends like sometimes he flips over cars when he's drunk but he's really great. [ laughter ] but he's an incredibly liberal thinker. he talks funny. give him a chance. then you bring him to a cocktail party and he jumps on to the table and screams go sox and pukes in the punch bowl. case in point, we were momentarily thrilled to make the rock song of massachusetts official. two state reps went and filed
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aerosmith's "dream on" massachusetts's official song. which one was that? >> aerosmith is from massachusetts. >> stephanie: i'm for it as long as it's the mini aerosmith. i'm more of an aficionado of the mini kiss and -- those guys. >> steven tyler. >> stephanie: the mini tribute band. ♪[song lyrics sped up ♪ >> stephanie: was that mini steven tyler? >> steven tiny. >> stephanie: do you have any scratching sound effects or will jim have to do foley? i'm doing the barbara walters story now. >> stephanie: i'm so scratchy. scratchy scratchy, scratchy.
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wow, am i scratchy. >> is that how her skin sounds? >> stephanie: is she that dry? >> get the hand soft. >> that was the bills cosby sound effect from the noah ark bit. >> stephanie: barbara walters will return to "the view" on monday, march 4th. hal sparks was here earlier. i love the story about his friend who named their dog barbara walters. >> come here barbara walters. scream at the dog on the street. no barbara walters! bad! >> she called in "to -- "the view," no more chickenpox. that was helpful. i haven't been contagious for awhile. thanks. >> suddenly, whoopi -- why am i so itchy? >> stephanie: so scratchy.
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okay. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] "dancing with the stars" has announced their new -- this cannot end well. andy dick, really? >> yeah. >> oh! >> aptly named. >> stephanie: dorothy hamill, wynonna judd. >> dorothy hamill should do well. >> stephanie: andy dick is either going to punch someone or throw up on someone. >> also lisa from the real housewives of beverly hills. >> stephanie: i mentioned to gavin newsom who was just here, that is my dream, i'm going to have him officiate my fictional wedding. >> he'll get right on that. >> stephanie: except she will probably leave me at the last second for him. do you take this -- hey wait a minute! who is that? see ya! [ ♪ magic wand ♪ ] but if i do accomplish this, i want a brad pitt and angelina jolie wedding. their guests will be greeted by

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